IIT-Guwahati collaborates with Assam govt to promote STEM studies
IIT-Guwahati: The Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati is collaborating with the Government of Assam’s flagship Arohan scheme to motivate meritorious students to pursue STEM subjects in their higher education.
The Institute claims that it has successfully hosted 3311 students (2009 girls and 1302 boys) and a few hundred mentee teachers to encourage them to investigate the numerous opportunities and interests in STEM education.
Curiously, the quantity of young lady understudies was around 65% of the absolute members, featuring the significance of empowering and advancing young lady/ladies in STEM schooling, IIT Guwahati said.
IIT Guwahati has housed 12 batches of meritorious students (Mentees) and their Guide teachers or Officers as part of the Arohan program. During their visit to IIT Guwahati, these understudies had the chance to draw in with establishment employees, associate with understudies, and investigate institutional offices.
Arohan, imagined as a Guide Mentee program for optional class understudies in Government schools, is a drive supported by the visionary Hon’ble Boss Priest of Assam, Dr. Himanta Biswa Sarma. Working under the umbrella of Samagra Shiksha Assam, this leader program envelops different exercises, including tutoring, openness excursions, rivalries, and cooperations custom-made for the vocation movement of government school understudies in classes 9 to 12.